Podcast: Shane Spencer and Andrew Rotondi

The former Yankee and three-time World Series champion joins the podcast

Podcast: Shane Spencer and Andrew Rotondi

Former Yankee and three-time World Series champion Shane Spencer talks about September 1998 and Andrew Rotondi of Bronx Pinstripes talks about which starting pitcher the Yankees should trade for.

I Want Madison Bumgarner and the Yankees Should Too

The Yankees can't overvalue their prospect or be unwilling to take on salary this July

I Want Madison Bumgarner and the Yankees Should Too

The Yankees need to stop playing the long game which cost them the last two seasons and focus on the season at hand. Madison Bumgarner is the best option, and his price tag shouldn’t detract the Yankees.

The 2019 MLB All-Animosity Team

This season's roster features a new generation of players to dislike

The 2019 MLB All-Animosity Team

Major League Baseball has its All-Star teams and I have my All-Animosity Team. This season’s roster features a new generation of players to dislike.

Zack Britton Is a Big Problem

Zack Britton Is a Big Problem

Zack Britton is going to receive special treatment for his name and he’s going to pitch in high-leverage spots three months from now when the Yankees can’t afford to have him walking the park and failing to miss bats.

Off Day Dreaming: Yankees Keep Finding Ways to Win

The Yankees have their issues, but that hasn't slowed them down from opening a big division lead

Off Day Dreaming: Yankees Keep Finding Ways to Win

Despite their injury and starting pitching issues, the Yankees are set up for a relaxing second half, one in which they won’t have any chasing to do in the division for the first time in a long time.

Clint Frazier Doesn’t Have a Yankees Future

The Yankees' young power bat might have played his last game with the team

Clint Frazier Doesn’t Have a Yankees Future

My biggest fear since the Yankees traded for Clint Frazier is coming true: Frazier is going to get a full-time major league opportunity and realize his potential with a team other than the Yankees.

This Is Not the James Paxton the Yankees Traded For

The Yankees' left-hander has failed to go five innings in half of his starts this season

This Is Not the James Paxton the Yankees Traded For

We’re nearly halfway through the season, and overall, James Paxton has been the guy I feared the Yankees trading for aside from a pair of April starts. He needs to better. He has to better.